Formation Norvège - Jeux Olympiques d'hiver 2010
P Player Birthdate Club team
P Joueur Naissance Équipe
G Pål Grotnes 07.03.1977 Stjernen Frederikstad
G Andre Lysenstøen 27.10.1988 HeKi Heinola, FIN2
G Ruben Smith 15.04.1987 Storhamar Dragons
D Alexander Bonsaksen 24.01.1987 MODO Örnsköldsvik, SWE
D Jonas Holøs 27.08.1987 Färjestad Karlstad, SWE
D Tommy Jakobsen 10.12.1970 Lørenskog IK
D Juha Kaunismäki 06.05.1979 Stavanger Oilers
D Lars Erik Lund 25.07.1974 Vålerenga Oslo
D Ole Kristian Tollefsen 29.03.1984 Philadelphia Flyers, NHL
D Mats Trygg 01.06.1976 Kölner Haie, GER
F/A Mats Zuccarello Aasen 01.09.1987 MODO Örnsköldsvik, SWE
F/A Morten Ask 14.05.1980 Nuremberg Ice Tigers, GER
F/A Anders Bastiansen 31.10.1980 Färjestad Karlstad, SWE
F/A Kristian Forsberg 05.05.1986 MODO Örnsköldsvik, SWE
F/A Mads Hansen 16.09.1978 Brynäs Gävle, SWE
F/A Marius Holtet 31.08.1984 Färjestad Karlstad, SWE
F/A Mathis Olimb 01.02.1986 Frölunda Gothenburg, SWE
F/A Martin Røymark 10.11.1986 Frölunda Gothenburg, SWE
F/A Per-Åge Skrøder 04.08.1978 MODO Örnsköldsvik, SWE
F/A Lars Erik Spets 02.04.1985 Vålerenga Oslo
F/A Patrick Thoresen 07.11.1983 Salavat Yulayev Ufa, RUS
F/A Tore Vikingstad 08.10.1975 Hannover Scorpions, GER
F/A Martin Laumann Ylven 22.12.1988 Linköpings HC, SWE
  • Defenceman Tommy Jakobsen is the only player with Olympic experience. The 39-year-old played in Norway’s last Olympic hockey tournament on home ice in Lillehammer 1994 as well as in Albertville 1992.
  • Head coach Roy Johansen was also part of the 1992 Olympic team. He also participated in 1984 and 1988.
  • Twenty-one players on this roster were on Norway’s team at the 2009 World Championship. There is one big absentee: veteran defenceman Anders Myrvold. This former NHLer (Colorado, Boston, New York Islanders, and Detroit) was not put on the list for Vancouver 2010.
  • The Swedish Elitserien continues to be the most popular destination for the best Norwegian players. Eleven players come from Swedish top-league teams, followed by the Norwegian league (6) and the German DEL (3). Norway will use one player from each of the following: the NHL, the KHL, and Finland.